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Until Moscow resumed nuclear testing last September 1, the US and UK had released more than twice as much radiation into the atmosphere as the Russians, and the fallout from the earlier blasts is still coming down.
Until late last Saturday afternoon Palmer had played seven consecutive rounds of golf at the Masters -- four last year and three this -- without ever being out of first place.
Until 2007, when Victoria administration made it co-ed, Gate House was one of the last remaining all-male residence building in the University of Toronto.
Until 1906, the year of his last film, Doyen recorded more than 60 operations.
Until recently, the last woolly mammoths were generally assumed to have vanished from Europe and southern Siberia about 12, 000 years ago, but new findings show some were still present there about 10, 000 years ago.
Until the release of official data in 1989, the 1963 edition of the North Korea Central Yearbook was the last official publication to disclose population figures.
Until its last refit, Columbia was the only operational orbiter with wing markings consisting of an American flag on the port ( left ) wing and the letters " USA " on the starboard ( right ) wing.
Until the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts qualified for Super Bowl XLIV, this was the last time that both number one seeds advanced to the Super Bowl.
Until 2007, when Victoria administration made it co-ed, Gate House was one of the last remaining all-male residence building in the University of Toronto.
Until the last century the city was distinguished into three different groups: the walled city where the castle stood, and that was identified with the ancient acropolis greek-Roman urban center, the Village or the Upper Town on the hill slope and the New Town, plain.
Until the last thirty seconds of this two and a half minute dance the pair appear to pull back from touching, then with a crook of her elbow Rogers invites Astaire in.
Until the 20th century, future British executioners were trained at Newgate ; one of the last was John Ellis in 1901.
Until 1815, the only extant works ascribed ( erroneously ) to Fronto were two grammatical treatises, De nominum verborumque differentiis and Exempla elocutionum ( the last being really by Arusianus Messius ).
Until 1981 Todd, Shannon and Washabaugh County, South Dakota, were the last unorganized counties in the United States.
Until 1982 Shannon and Washabaugh County, South Dakota, were the last unorganized counties in the United States.
Until September 2009, KXGN also carried selected prime-time NBC programming in its schedule, making it the last " Big 3 " affiliate to offer programming from more than one network on a single feed.
Until its retirement in 1981, the Edna G. was the last coal-fired, steam-powered tugboat in operation of the Great Lakes.
Until 2005, Lebanon was home to one of the last drive-in movie theaters in Oregon.
Until 2010, it was held annually on the last teaching day of Trinity term to celebrate the end of lectures and the beginning of Trinity Week.
Until the re-appointment to the cabinet of Lord Mandelson on 3 October 2008, the former Leader of the Lords, Lady Amos, was the last peer to sit in any other Cabinet post, as Secretary of State for International Development from May to October 2003.
Until the last minute, NS Governor Erich Koch gave orders that fleeing was illegal and punishable (" strenges Fluchtverbot "-flight strictly forbidden ).
Until his very last minute, Martí dedicated his life to achieve full independence for Cuba.
Until 2003 an Irish " Chief of the Name " was a person recognised by the Chief Herald of Ireland as the most senior known male descendant of the last inaugurated or de facto chief of that name in power in Gaelic Ireland at or before the end of the 16th century.

Until and year
Until 2003 the Lower Houses were restricted to upper year students but with the double cohort of graduates from Ontario schools many of the rooms were transformed into doubles and now hold first years.
Until 1992, both Summer and Winter Olympics were held in the same year.
Until Pope Pius X reduced in 1911 the number of Holy Days of Obligation to 8, there were in the course of the year 36 such days, apart from Sundays.
Until 1996 the day is celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus ; after a referendum held that year the celebration of independence is moved to June 3.
Until the year 2000 the proportion of children 0 – 14 years of age was over 40 % of the total population.
Until 1992, Mauritius was a constitutional monarchy with Queen Elizabeth II as head of state, but on 12 March of that year, the country became a republic within the Commonwealth.
Until 1861 the militia were an entirely infantry force, but in that year a number of county regiments were converted to artillery.
Until 2009, the earliest preserved representation of the menorah of the Temple was depicted in a frieze on the Arch of Titus, commemorating his triumphal parade in Rome following the destruction of Jerusalem in the year 70.
Until 2009, the Arctic pack ice prevented regular marine shipping throughout most of the year, but climate change has reduced the pack ice, and this Arctic shrinkage made the waterways more navigable.
Until 1751 in England and Wales ( and all British dominions ) the new year started on 25 March – Lady Day, one of the four quarter days ( the change to 1 January took place in 1600 in Scotland ).
Until the 216th assembly met in Richmond, Virginia in 2004, the General Assembly met once a year ; since 2004, the General Assembly has met biennially in even-numbered years.
Until 1986, physicists had believed that BCS theory forbade superconductivity at temperatures above about 30 K. In that year, Bednorz and Müller discovered superconductivity in a lanthanum-based cuprate perovskite material, which had a transition temperature of 35 K ( Nobel Prize in Physics, 1987 ).
Until then most units could not be mobilized within one year, should the need arise.
Until the standardization of the projection speed of 24 frames per second ( fps ) for sound films between 1926 and 1930, silent films were shot at variable speeds ( or " frame rates ") anywhere from 12 to 26 fps, depending on the year and studio.
Until the early 2000s when RTÉ had the series produced 52 weeks of the year with four episodes a week.
A brief reunion occurred, however, later that year for " Sax and Violins ," an original single that appeared on the soundtrack to Wim Wenders ' Until the End of the World.
Until the twentieth century, anthrax infections killed hundreds of thousands of animals and people each year worldwide, particularly in the concentration camps during WWII.
Until 1230 Llywelyn had used the title princeps Norwalliæ ' Prince of North Wales ', but from that year he changed his title to ' Prince of North Wales and Lord of Snowdonia ', possibly to underline his supremacy over the other Welsh princes.
Until 2005, most of Thorpe's biographers were unaware of his basketball career until a ticket discovered in an old book that year documented his career in basketball.
Until December 31, 1993, the law provided a maximum amount of compensation on which the Medicare tax could be imposed each year.
Until 2010, New York recognized divorces only upon fault-based criteria, though the parties might agree to enter into a separation and have the separation agreement or judgment be the further basis for a divorce after one year.
Until the 1990s, there was a 30 million year gap in the fossil record between the late Devonian tetrapods and the reappearance of tetrapod fossils in recognizable mid-Carboniferous amphibian lineages.

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